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2022-2023 NFL Divisional Odds Tracker

2022-2023 NFL Divisional Odds Tracker

Super Bowl bets are the most popular form of NFL futures betting, but they aren’t the only type of wager. AFC & NFC conference title odds are heavily bet, but NFL divisional futures have grown in popularity, too. With just four available teams in each market, NFL division odds have become a go-to futures bet, not only during the offseason, but during the weekly grind of the NFL season. Bookies.com tracks odds to win all eight divisions for the 2022-23 NFL season.

Odds to Win the AFC East

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Buffalo Bills -190 -190
Miami Dolphins +450 +450
New England Patriots +500 +500
New York Jets +2200 +2200

Odds via BetMGM and current as of May 26. Check out our BetMGM review page to see the latest offers for new players.

Here are some notes on the AFC East odds movement.

  • May 26: The Bills remain the solid favorite to three-peat in the AFC East after two decades of dominance by the New England Patroits. Buffalo is also favored to win the AFC and Super Bowl 57 given the movements made in the offseason, led by the addition of linebacker Von Miller.

The Bills repeated as AFC champions and beat the Patriots in the wild-card round of the playoffs, scoring on seven possessions without a punt. The Bills are loaded. The Dolphins added a new coach and Tyreek Hill. They've also solidified Tua Tagovailoa as their QB. The Patriots lost Josh McDaniels to the Las Vegas Raiders and failed to move the needle significantly in free agency or the draft.


Odds to Win the AFC North

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Cleveland Browns +170 +170
Cincinnati Bengals +220 +220
Baltimore Ravens +220 +220
Pittsburgh Steelers +1000 +1000

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Here are some notes on the AFC North odds movement.

  • May 26: The AFC North is up for grabs, at least according to oddsmakers, due to the uncertain situation surrounding Deshaun Watson. The NFL has yet to decide if Watson will face any discipline from the sexual assault allegations made against him. Watson won't face criminal charges, but Commissioner Roger Goodell can place any player on the exempt list for any reason and for any length of time.

The Cincinnati Bengals emerged as AFC North champions after being an afterthought at the start of the season. The Bengals went to the Super Bowl thanks to the steady play of Joe Burrow and a fierce defense. The Bengals loaded up in the offseason to give Burrow protection on the offensive line. The Browns signed Deshaun Watson to counter the rise of the Bengals. But Watson's fate remains uncertain and they have kept Baker Mayfield as insurance. The Ravens remain a threat.

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Odds to Win the AFC South

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Indianapolis Colts -105 -105
Tennessee Titans +135 +135
Jacksonville Jaguars +700 +700
Houston Texans +2500 +2500

Odds via BetMGM and current as of May 26. Check out our BetMGM Sportsbook review page to see the latest offers for new players.

Here are some notes on the AFC South odds movement.

  • May 26: The Colts dealt Carson Wentz and added Matt Ryan at QB. That change, combined with the offensive and defensive players already returning, gives them the edge here. The Titans are still mentally regrouping after their Divisional Round loss to the Bengals at home. Ryan Tannehill threw 3 picks in that loss.

The Titans rolled through the regular season and won the AFC South with the best record in the AFC. The Colts improved later in the season and should be able to springboard into contention this fall. Meanwhile, keep an eye out for Jacksonville, now coached by Doug Pederson.


Odds to Win the AFC West

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Kansas City Chiefs +150 +150
LA Chargers +250 +250
Denver Broncos +260 +260
Las Vegas Raiders +600 +600

Odds via Caesars Sportsbook, and current as of May 26. New bettors, check out our Caesars promo code to unlock the best available deals.

Here are some notes on the AFC West odds movement.

  • May 26: The odds have settled with this division being as much of a tossup as any in recent memory. The Chiefs are looking for a sixth-straight AFC West title.

The Kansas City Chiefs won the West and made it all the way to the AFC title game before falling to the Bengals. This offseason saw two new head coaches join the division. Josh McDaniels left New England to take over the Raiders. And Nathaniel Hackett is now head coach in Denver. The Broncos then brought in Russell Wilson at QB. The Raiders were able to lure WR Davante Adams from Green Bay to give Derek Carr a very reliable and familar target.


Odds to Win the NFC East

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Dallas Cowboys +110 +110
Philadelphia Eagles +200 +200
Washington Commanders +500 +500
New York Giants +700 +700

Odds via BetMGM and current as of May 26. Check out our BetMGM Sportsbook review page to see the latest offers for new players.

Here are some notes on the NFC East odds movement.

  • May 26: The Phiadelphia Eagles have caught the eyes of oddsmakers after the additions on offense made in free agency and the optimism surrounding Jalen Hurts. The Giants brought in Brian Daboll as head coach but their focus appears to be on 2023 and beyond. The Commanders have both a new nickname and Carson Wentz at QB.

The Cowboys won the NFC East with a 12-5 record but flopped in the wild-card round of the playoffs at home against San Francisco.

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Odds to Win the NFC North

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Green Bay Packers -180 -180
Minnesota Vikings +260 +260
Chicago Bears +950 +950
Detroit Lions +1200 +1200

Odds via Caesars Sportsbook, and current as of May 26. New bettors, check out our Caesars promo code to unlock the best available deals.

Here are some notes on the NFC North odds movement.

  • May 26: Even without Davante Adams, the Packers and Aaron Rodgers remain the solid favorite to win this division. It remains difficult for oddsmakers to see a path for the Vikings to make a serious challenge.

The Packers finished the 2021-22 season with a 13-4 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC. But that wasn't enough in the playoffs, as they were stifled at home in the Divisional Round by the San Francisco 49ers at snowy Lambeau Field. Two teams have new head coaches in the division. The Bears brought in Indianapolis defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as their new head coach. And the Vikings hired Kevin O'Connell, who was offensive coordinator of Super Bowl 56 champion LA Rams.


Odds to Win the NFC South

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -300 -300
New Orleans Saints +375 +375
Carolina Panthers +1200 +1200
Atlanta Falcons +1600 +1600

Odds via BetMGM and current as of May 26. Check out our BetMGM Sportsbook promo code to see the latest offers for new players.

Here are some notes on the NFC South odds movement.

  • May 26: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers brought the band back together one more time, complete with a new head coach. Bruce Arians "resigned" and was replaced by defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. The Bucs are still waiting on word from TE Rob Gronkowski but he is likely to return. The Falcons, meanwhile, lost QB Matt Ryan to the Colts after 14 seasons. The Saints have settled on Jameis Winston. The Panthers remain lost in Middle Earth.

Tom Brady quit but returned to the Buccaneers after a 40-day retirement. Brady's return settled the NFC South back to where it was at the end of the 2021-22 season. Tampa Bay rolled to the division title with 13 wins. Sean Payton stepped aside as head coach in New Orleans and was replaced in-house by Dennis Allen.

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Odds to Win the NFC West

TeamCurrent OddsPreseason Odds
LA Rams +135 +135
San Francisco 49ers +190 +190
Arizona Cardinals +300 +300
Seattle Seahawks +1400 +1400

Odds via Caesars Sportsbook, and current as of May 26. New bettors, check out our Caesars promo code to unlock the best available deals.

Here are some notes on the NFC West odds movement.

  • May 26: The Rams continue to be favorites to repeat as NFC West champions as the NFL looks toward training camp. The Super Bowl champions enter the season without Von Miller (who left for the Bills in free agency), the injured Odell Beckham Jr. and retired offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth. Sean McVay, Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp remain ready to defend their Super Bowl title.

The disparity in this division is gaping. The Rams won the Super Bowl. The Seahawks traded Russell Wilson to Denver. The NFC West could easily have the best and worst teams in the conference this season. The 49ers reached the NFC championship game last season before sputtering in the fourth quarter. Multiple attempts to deal QB Jimmy Garoppolo failed. Once Garoppolo is fully healed, he may well be traded as the 49ers go with Trey Lance at QB. The Arizona Cardinals continued their soap opera but kept Kyler Murray as their QB.

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.